The 2020 Review

We’ll let’s just get this out of the way… It’s been a bazaar, crappy, long and, you guessed it, unprecedented year. But, while compiling my 2020 review and thinking back on all the bad things that will forever be associated with 2020, I was reminded that not ALL of 2020 was so terrible. So, I thought, let’s end the year reflecting on some of the things that got us through the tough times. Whether you felt like you accomplished a bunch of goals while quarantining, or simply just made it through the year relatively unscathed, you got through it!

Each December, I like to look back on my year and the blog to reminisce about all that happened. This year especially, I encourage you to do the same! Even if you don’t blog, look through your phone at pictures, or even your calendar to see what you had going on each month. You might be surprised at all the things you either did or accomplished!

We took a family vacation to Cancun. (Pre-COVID)

Swing up Bar Cancun

We worked a lot on the house.

Shared my Guide to Milwaukee in the Spring.

Spring in Milwaukee

We started social distancing and working from home due to COVID-19…

Work From Home

Still dreamed of travel

Learned what it meant to socially distance and quarantine

We found out we were pregnant.

Happy Birthday Baby Announcement

…And that it’s a boy!

The Reveal_It's A Boy

We celebrated one year in our home.

Posted some pregnancy updates in the first, second, and third trimester.

Launched free travel templates!

Enjoyed Fall with some social distancing activities.

Had our maternity photos taken with Better Together Photography.

In addition to reflecting on my past year and compiling my 2020 review, I wanted to extend a huge “thank you” to all of you that follow along! Whether you’re new to reading the blog, or have been a follower for years, I truly appreciate the time you take out of your day to stop here or on Instagram to support P&C.

So, to that end, cheers to the new year ahead! May it bring all of us more peace and normalcy!

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